After launching to Jolicloud users last year, cloud-storage aggregator Drive is being re-introduced with a Pro version and a Chrome extension, helping to bring more cloud data support to Google’s Chromebooks and users who work in a browser.
iDrive is now offering iPhone and iPad users 100GB of storage for 99 cents. For the year. Meanwhile, 50GB worth of Apple iCloud weighs in at $100 per year.
Many cloud-based services start out as freebies — and stay that way — for better or worse. Now Droplr, is joining a trickle of companies daring to (gasp!) charge for their products.
Even a super-easy-to-use file sync-and-share product needs some help sometimes, so the new Box Consulting Group is born.
Two things are true: Consumers love cloud-based file share and storage systems and consumers have concerns about cloud-based file share and storage systems. Dell makes another acquisition in hopes of bolstering its cloud storage after a rough earnings call.
It’s Father’s Day weekend, and some of you fellow dads out there might want to spend the time shopping for new gadgets. I say: Go ahead! Technology has helped me to be a better dad, and it can do the same for you.
So far, tablet computers have been more useful as “data consuming” tools, rather than genuine work devices. One stumbling block is the inability to easily edit documents stored in the cloud. Soonr is the first service to offer integrated editing of Office documents for the iPad.
With flash storage subject to production issues and relatively high costs compared to other mobile device components, maybe it’s time to revisit the idea of broadband enabling near-limitless virtual storage. We’re not there just yet, but we’re getting closer due to smarter apps and improved connectivity.
SugarSync has updated its iOS client to version 2.2, and it’s a big improvement. The new version adds some unique features, including the ability to copy, move and delete files on a remote computer, and to copy files from one computer to another.
I’m tired of waiting for Apple to deliver a cloud-based iTunes streaming solution. In this weekend project, I’ll show you three cloud services that let me “carry” as much music as I want on my connected phone to enjoy when and where I want.
The iPad is integrating into my work so far, but it lacks a file system, and that does present a challenge for building a fully productive environment. I am getting around that shortcoming using a tool I recently implemented for file-sharing among multiple computers.
Last week I detailed my foray into the world of cloud backup and syncing to multiple devices. The gist was that Dropbox didn’t work quite the way I wanted, and a number of you smart folks suggested I look at SugarSync. Thank you for the suggestion.
As a long time SugarSync user, it’s nice to see new features added. The latest one offers an easy “Upload by Email” feature to get file attachments to your account and to all of your devices. A new, larger plan is available as of today, too.
SugarSync has long been recognized as one of the easiest-to-use synchronization and backup utilities around. Today it rolled out a SugarSync Cloud API for Android developers, as well as a new Android application for local-to-cloud syncing.
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Online storage companies pop up more frequently than mushrooms after a downpour in Southern France. And like the wild-growing fungus, not all of them are easily digested. Case in point: AOL’s Xdrive, which despite corporate backing recently joined the likes of Omnidrive on the proverbial technology garbage dump. So how does one survive in this sea of startups? Continue Reading & Find Out.
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Following on the heels of DropBox, SugarSync, and Box.Net, HP has officially announced Upline, a storage service that is useful for those…